Ayesha Curry Bio

Ayesha is the host of Ayesha's Homemade.

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Born in Canada, Ayesha Curry was raised in Charlotte, N.C., and is a wife and mom currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a busy mom to her two daughters, Riley and Ryan, and the wife of NBA superstar Stephen Curry, Ayesha is always on the go and wouldn't have it any other way. Her passion for her family and sharing their stories inspired her to create her lifestyle blog and YouTube channel, Little Lights of Minea collection of all the things that bring light into her life. Now only a few years since its inception, the channel has become a sensation, accumulating a vast, loyal community of followers. Ayesha has previously appeared as a judge on hit Food Network shows Chopped Junior and Guy's Grocery Games, and she is a regular contributor and frequent guest on The Rachael Ray Show and Good Morning America. She has also been featured as a go-to lifestyle expert in top lifestyle print and online publications, including Elle, Vogue, Forbes, Time, InStyle, People, Vanity Fair, USA Today, Essence, PopSugar, Refinery29, Elite Daily and Sunset Magazine. Ayesha is an ambassador for No Kid Hungry, an organization that is working to end childhood hunger. Ayesha's first cookbook, The Seasoned Life, published by Little, Brown and Company, was just released and contains more than 100 of Ayesha's favorite recipes.

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